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on elizabeth's conduct as queen and her relationship with her husband, prince phillip.e one of my favorite descriptions was of a moment on the president's airplane when phillip was immersed in the sports section of the newspaperm and ignoring his wife's s questions as she wrote postcards to their children.w when she pressed him, he got flustered. it was so like what an ordinary wife would do do -- do when her husband wasn't paying attention to her. g what was happening when her husband wasn't paying attention to her, he said. he also noticed that elizabeth was very certain and comfortable in her role and very much in control. yet, once when ruth was waiting at the white house for her husband, ruth heard her roaring with laughter at one of the protocols. you didn't realize that she had that kind of a hearty laugh, booth said. the minute she rounded the corner, she straightened up. this combination of public dignity exists to this day. the 1957 visit was remarkable for its informality and spontaneity. and the number of unguarded glimpses of the queen seen by the public. she has specifically
an echoing salvo, and somebody called, hit it, reagan. john phillips sousa this was not, and the haisong neither. the drum line teased a march beat that might have resembled standard hip-hop if not for jesse martinez clashing those krill balls together with every muscle in his face straining and the whole band doing exaggerated tuck steps. the drumline hushed to stick clicks for the call and response. everybody say rhs. the drummers called their parts in voices as deep and sewn rouse as their teenage chords could drop. the middle school business perched on their tier ya -- cafeteria stools rapt and a little overwhelmed. we are hearing fascinating things about you at webb, she told the eighth graders. we hear how smart you are, we are hear from reagan today to identify our future raiders. she asked for a show of hands, and those of you who respect coming to reagan, she went on, we hope we can change your minds today. i'm good, one kid called, and some others laughed. they were only 13, but they'd seen some things. they'd seen their middle school -- named for the state's foremost keeper of
not been to a nightclub since the latete 1940s, right after she got married to prince phillip. she had a wonderful time thatt night, and she was seated next to lord salisbury who is one of thes most illustrious british aristocrats, former head of the house of lords.se and the next day she went on an enagement to st.alman's abbey north of london, and she was being introduced to a line of dignitaries by the dean of the w abbey who spotted lord salisbury in the line, and he said to thet queen, oh, do you know lord salisbury? she said, oh, yes, robert and ia were out in the nightclub lastas night til half past one.ha so that's sort of the tenor of her dry humor. >> host: sally bedell smith is the guest of queen elizabeth the second is the topic and we will begin with a call from mike in syracuse, new york. your honor book tv on c-span. >> thank you. my question is basically this. given that span of queen elizabeth's reign, being one of the longest rains in england or the u.k. history, given all the prime minister's she has worked with all of the historical events she has seen in her lifeti
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